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Full of juicy details about what really goes on behind the bedroom door, The Education of a Very Young Madam is a provocative exposé of the newest developments in the world's oldest profession. A stripper at age fifteen, involved with majorleague gang members before she was twenty, and a madam raking in over $20,000 a day only a few years later, Ma-Ling Lee has a ta Full of juicy details about what really goes on behind the bedroom door, The Education of a Very Young Madam is a provocative exposé of the newest developments in the world's oldest profession. A stripper at age fifteen, involved with majorleague gang members before she was twenty, and a madam raking in over $20,000 a day only a few years later, Ma-Ling Lee has a tale to tell about life. The Education of a Very Young Madam is the compulsively readable, fast-paced story of how Ma-Ling Lee went from living in a comfortable Connecticut suburb to founding a lucrative but illegal "escort service." Korean born and adopted by an American family, Ma-Ling began her career in the sex business at the age of thirteen. "Taken in" by strippers, pimps, and prostitutes, she soon became an expert at negotiating the hard-and-fast ways of life on the streets. Ma-Ling's natural knack for marketing and managing a business led her to open her first brothel at the age of sixteen. After the police shut her down, she knew it was time to take advantage of the opportunities afforded by the anonymity of the Internet. She bought her first Internet mailing list, set up an offshore server, and targeted a huge middleclass clientele. And business thrived. In her own frank and candid voice, Ma-Ling describes the difficulties -- and the economic advantages -- of running an illegal business. From clients' outrageous and often hilarious fetishes to the hardships of living off the grid to the heartbreak of watching friends get destroyed by drug addiction, Ma-Ling refuses to shy away from the truth of what the prostitution business has become. The madam explains how technology has not only revolutionized the sex industry but also regulated business by ensuring quality, safety, and efficiency. The business has never been better.


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Full of juicy details about what really goes on behind the bedroom door, The Education of a Very Young Madam is a provocative exposé of the newest developments in the world's oldest profession. A stripper at age fifteen, involved with majorleague gang members before she was twenty, and a madam raking in over $20,000 a day only a few years later, Ma-Ling Lee has a ta Full of juicy details about what really goes on behind the bedroom door, The Education of a Very Young Madam is a provocative exposé of the newest developments in the world's oldest profession. A stripper at age fifteen, involved with majorleague gang members before she was twenty, and a madam raking in over $20,000 a day only a few years later, Ma-Ling Lee has a tale to tell about life. The Education of a Very Young Madam is the compulsively readable, fast-paced story of how Ma-Ling Lee went from living in a comfortable Connecticut suburb to founding a lucrative but illegal "escort service." Korean born and adopted by an American family, Ma-Ling began her career in the sex business at the age of thirteen. "Taken in" by strippers, pimps, and prostitutes, she soon became an expert at negotiating the hard-and-fast ways of life on the streets. Ma-Ling's natural knack for marketing and managing a business led her to open her first brothel at the age of sixteen. After the police shut her down, she knew it was time to take advantage of the opportunities afforded by the anonymity of the Internet. She bought her first Internet mailing list, set up an offshore server, and targeted a huge middleclass clientele. And business thrived. In her own frank and candid voice, Ma-Ling describes the difficulties -- and the economic advantages -- of running an illegal business. From clients' outrageous and often hilarious fetishes to the hardships of living off the grid to the heartbreak of watching friends get destroyed by drug addiction, Ma-Ling refuses to shy away from the truth of what the prostitution business has become. The madam explains how technology has not only revolutionized the sex industry but also regulated business by ensuring quality, safety, and efficiency. The business has never been better.

30 review for The Education of a Very Young Madam

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lolamontreal

    My name is Lola. I am the “Zoe” in Ma-Ling’s book. DO NOT BUY THIS JUNK, DO NOT ENCOURAGE THIS WOMAN! I have been abused and terrorised by this psycho for 2 years. I was the perfect victim, just got out of an 8 year relation with a pimp, just turned 26, I never lived a normal life. I was completely lost. I am from St-Michel’s neighbourhood in Montreal, I spent my teenage in a violent environment, and from 19 to 26 I ran the most successful and high rated agency in Montreal. We were called French My name is Lola. I am the “Zoe” in Ma-Ling’s book. DO NOT BUY THIS JUNK, DO NOT ENCOURAGE THIS WOMAN! I have been abused and terrorised by this psycho for 2 years. I was the perfect victim, just got out of an 8 year relation with a pimp, just turned 26, I never lived a normal life. I was completely lost. I am from St-Michel’s neighbourhood in Montreal, I spent my teenage in a violent environment, and from 19 to 26 I ran the most successful and high rated agency in Montreal. We were called French Courtesans and toured various cities in the USA. For 6 years I worked 24/7 and generated over 500000$ a year which I handed to my “boyfriend” because I thought I couldn’t be loved otherwise. I finally left the guy and planned a tour to NYC and Boston. Ma-Ling called me to ask me to stop by in Jersey and work for her. I had visited her agency before. The few times I went she not only leave me no time to breath in the day, but also pick me up at night to party and made me see clients in the morning with no sleep and after using cocaine. On the last 2 days it was usual she would disappear. She actually fell asleep for days at a time and we missed all our appointments. I don’t know why I ever went back, I don’t have a good explanation. It lasted 2 years. Long story short: We decided to associate both agencies together, but I ended up running her business for her, while she taxed me out of all the cents I made. Ma-Ling is a hard-core crack addict. She always carries a 9mm gun with her and a Taser gun. She never leaves her bathroom; she is incapable of living, never the less operating a business. She kept me up all the time; she would lose her mind and accuse me of all kinds of nonsense. We had to move from hotel to hotel after she lost our apartment because she was convinced everybody around her was trying to kill her. She made me smoke crack for the first time. She mentally abused me like I never knew possible. She had an underage runaway girl working for her, if I didn’t manage to have the girl tell me her real age, who knows how long she would have been working? Ma-Ling kept this little girl around and made her smoke crack. I never had money, I was never rested, and she even stole my passport and IDs so I couldn’t go anywhere. After 2 years I was going to take the first bus to Montreal without even packing. I figured I rather spend a day getting questioned at customs than be with her for another minute. I told her my mom was sick and I needed to go home. She convinced me to go do one last tour in Boston. The last person I know she thought was out to get her = me. Worst is, I just wanted out. I wanted to get help and never look back. I had no fight left in me. Ma-Ling set me up. She left me in a hotel room pretending she needed to drive to NYC and left her gun in the bed. Since I was going to see customers, I picked up the gun and placed it in her suitcase. She called the cops while on the road. My 3pm was an undercover police officer. His team raided the room and partially search our bags. I was actually happy when I left with the police. I thought I had only a sex for a fee charge. Spent all weekend at the precinct only to find out I was going to be held in a Massachussetts jail under a gun charge for a 500 000$ bail (I am Canadian). I was looking at 9 months mandatory and possibly a year per bullet. The charges were dropped after I spent 4 months in jail for a reason so miraculous I’m not even gonna tell. I am very happy now, I have a great job, a great life, but I will always hate this woman. I hope she doesn’t destroy any more lives, it’s been enough. I believe she is truly evil. This book is only lies; the work of a crackhead who never sleeps and found out one day she could get a phone number and post ads on cheap websites, and call that an escort agency. She a great example of the reason why so many girls are deeply wounded and destroyed from working as prostitutes. Thank you for reading, Lola

  2. 4 out of 5

    Suzie

    Ma-Ling Lee's memoir from her early life as a black market Korean orphan, her early years as a runaway, starting her first brothel at the tender age of 16, and subsequently running a successful brothel in New Jersey. Mostly this is about her road to being a madame, including a string of abusive boyfriends. Typical passages there would include things like 'I was really in love with him' and then paragraphs or pages later, the guy would be stalking her/screwing her over/beating her/having sex with Ma-Ling Lee's memoir from her early life as a black market Korean orphan, her early years as a runaway, starting her first brothel at the tender age of 16, and subsequently running a successful brothel in New Jersey. Mostly this is about her road to being a madame, including a string of abusive boyfriends. Typical passages there would include things like 'I was really in love with him' and then paragraphs or pages later, the guy would be stalking her/screwing her over/beating her/having sex with her BFF in front of her/stealing her money. The most interesting portions of the book are about the business of running an illegal business. It also includes the handbook that she handed out to employees. THAT STUFF IS PRICELESS. A real page turner, but I doubt I would read this twice. Very quick read. Not pornographic overall, but prurient in places, and definitely too much sex and drug use for the kids. On the other hand, this does NOT come off as a great life. Sure there's cash, but people end up dead and nobody really seems happy. There's also echos of 'The Great Happiness Space' in the author's emotional life. ( Documentary about Japanese host clubs: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0493420/p... ) Also I have to wonder: A. If there is more sexual abuse in her history that she's glossing over. B. HOW MUCH OF THIS IS REAL? I am dubious. Some of it? All of it? None of it? Worth noting this is available for about a penny from Amazon.

  3. 4 out of 5

    wildct2003

    Well written, but would have liked the Employee Handbook first and then a chronological narrative. Story starts at what could be the end, but then I don't know how it ends when I finish the book. How much is the co-author responsible for the writing style and language use? Author seems educated, smart business-wise. Reads like a business how-to manual/lecture for a good part of the book, but not boring or dull as a textbook could be. Well written, but would have liked the Employee Handbook first and then a chronological narrative. Story starts at what could be the end, but then I don't know how it ends when I finish the book. How much is the co-author responsible for the writing style and language use? Author seems educated, smart business-wise. Reads like a business how-to manual/lecture for a good part of the book, but not boring or dull as a textbook could be.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Antoinette

    Caught my eye at the library, and ended up being a really interesting book. It was not the sensational, smutty, tell-all memoir I was hoping for. Instead, it explained in great detail how a 13 year old runaway became one of the most successful madams in the United States, and explained the ins and outs of the business of sex. I found her opinions very interesting. To read that she is trying to get her girls health and dental insurance, considers prostitution morally wrong, and believes marriage Caught my eye at the library, and ended up being a really interesting book. It was not the sensational, smutty, tell-all memoir I was hoping for. Instead, it explained in great detail how a 13 year old runaway became one of the most successful madams in the United States, and explained the ins and outs of the business of sex. I found her opinions very interesting. To read that she is trying to get her girls health and dental insurance, considers prostitution morally wrong, and believes marriage is sacred was refreshing. Lee seems like a fascinating person to know, and I hope that she can find someone to really love her. The depths of betrayal she has suffered were incredible, and naturally, she comes across as very jaded. I hope she writes another book sometime, about how she finally found her happy ending.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Dana Delamar

    3.5 stars. Absorbing story of how a very young girl went from a runaway to a madam. Though the story moves very fast and certainly wasn't dull, I would have liked more details about her life. Many details and difficult moments are glossed over or given only a sentence or two. A great deal of the story seems to be missing or barely mentioned. I did like the section where she talks about how she feels about what she does, but it still could have used a bit more detail. She did talk about her evolu 3.5 stars. Absorbing story of how a very young girl went from a runaway to a madam. Though the story moves very fast and certainly wasn't dull, I would have liked more details about her life. Many details and difficult moments are glossed over or given only a sentence or two. A great deal of the story seems to be missing or barely mentioned. I did like the section where she talks about how she feels about what she does, but it still could have used a bit more detail. She did talk about her evolution as a business owner and a boss, and I found it interesting that she changed her mind about how to best run the business (giving the girls who work for her a bigger percentage and not trying to control them the way a pimp would).

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    Definitely not the stuff of great literature but a fun read nonetheless--and very educational if you know very little about the prostitution industry. I also wonder about the mental health of the author. She says that writing the book saved her thousands in therapy, but considering what she has been through and where she is now, she might want to look into it!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Nik

    Her life was interesting, but I did NOT ever want to meet her. Ever.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Dawn

    Mediocre at best, this is a fast read and it does have a ring of truth to it. Having worked in the service industry for a long time in New York, I've been aware forever that the sex industry is a very different place in the higher tax brackets. Ms Lee's descriptions jibe with what I know of how things function in that world. The book is more centered on the mechanics of how the industry functions than on the day-to day nitty-gritty of life as a high end call girl though, so if you're looking for Mediocre at best, this is a fast read and it does have a ring of truth to it. Having worked in the service industry for a long time in New York, I've been aware forever that the sex industry is a very different place in the higher tax brackets. Ms Lee's descriptions jibe with what I know of how things function in that world. The book is more centered on the mechanics of how the industry functions than on the day-to day nitty-gritty of life as a high end call girl though, so if you're looking for quasi-erotica, look elsewhere. The writing itself is poor and unpolished, but it actually kinda works here, lending credence to the claim of being written by an industry worker herself. Im utterly certain that the story has been sanitised and is biased in the author's favor, as such stories usually are. One must keep in mind here that the narrator is not always the most reliable witness. However the mechanical descriptions of how Ms Lee ran her operations is an interesting peek into how prostitution could function if lifted into legality under the law. Unchained from the underworld that keeps it steeped in drug use and violence, running such a business is a relatively simple matter. it seems more closely related to my own "home industry" of Taxi dispatch, or temp services, than the world of illegal gambling or the drug trade.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    I've read a lot of books about this topic, and so far this has been the best of all of them. Ma-Ling Lee is frank about the industry she works in, and she says upfront that people who get involved in it are typically messed up or have some issues. I can easily count on two hands how many people I know who are involved in some way (whether it be stripping, prostitution, topless waitressing, subs and doms and even sexual abuse therapists), and most of them are messed up or know people who are mess I've read a lot of books about this topic, and so far this has been the best of all of them. Ma-Ling Lee is frank about the industry she works in, and she says upfront that people who get involved in it are typically messed up or have some issues. I can easily count on two hands how many people I know who are involved in some way (whether it be stripping, prostitution, topless waitressing, subs and doms and even sexual abuse therapists), and most of them are messed up or know people who are messed up. From drug addictions, abusive relationships, mental health problems or poor self body image- and sometimes all four. Lee doesn't gloss over any of this. While what she talks about may be considered quite dubious- is all of it true?- it is a very realistic look into the hard life of those in the industry. She doesn't make it seem better than it is. A highly educational read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Arjaye Nitro

    As fast phased as the story, i read it in a day. Interesting to know about the business but in my opinion, i dont approved a lot of scenes here. Not because im being righteous but because as true to life it may seem, how hard the life you may experienced, it is you who can turn it all around and make it better. And being stuck in a place or position like that, it is all on you. Your decision, your life.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina Rutter

    Although this wasn't really what I was expecting it to be it was still a very interesting read. Ma-Ling Lee, which is not her real name, tells the story of how she became a madam at the age of sixteen. I'm not sure that I can believe all of what she says in this book, but then I can't say I really don't either. If your interested in the game, (pimps, hos, hustlers, and that side of life) then this book will be something that you don't want to miss. Although this wasn't really what I was expecting it to be it was still a very interesting read. Ma-Ling Lee, which is not her real name, tells the story of how she became a madam at the age of sixteen. I'm not sure that I can believe all of what she says in this book, but then I can't say I really don't either. If your interested in the game, (pimps, hos, hustlers, and that side of life) then this book will be something that you don't want to miss.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alaina Maxam

    i loved this book. it went into the details of the business not the sex part/ but more of the business end and what makes girls go into the escort business. definitely not what i expected, but a very good read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Will

    I can't believe I finished this book. Waaay too much about the game and not hardly enough about the playas. This "empowered" woman seemed like a messed up high class pimp with a good editor. There are much better books out thereon this same subject... I can't believe I finished this book. Waaay too much about the game and not hardly enough about the playas. This "empowered" woman seemed like a messed up high class pimp with a good editor. There are much better books out thereon this same subject...

  14. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Too repetitive. Author kept repeating herself.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tvshi

    The author isn't a brilliant writer, but her story is pretty compelling. The author isn't a brilliant writer, but her story is pretty compelling.

  16. 4 out of 5

    David Burke

    Worst book I´ve read in years. Protagonist is a whiny bitch who constantly shows her racist and victim mentality. Waste of time. Shite.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Keegan Dennis

    The author is a horrible person. She glosses over moments where she screwed other people, and frames every situation in a "woe is me" light. She is absolutely delusional. The author is a horrible person. She glosses over moments where she screwed other people, and frames every situation in a "woe is me" light. She is absolutely delusional.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ari

    Blegh. Read like a list of "all the crappy things I did because I'm so awesome", which made it impossible to like the author. Book didn't talk about what I expected either. Not impressed. Blegh. Read like a list of "all the crappy things I did because I'm so awesome", which made it impossible to like the author. Book didn't talk about what I expected either. Not impressed.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    Not the most well-written of books, but an interesting story I suppose.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Noel

    This woman is as savvy, ruthless, calculating, and smart as any Wall Street CEO out there, I found this book surprisingly empowering.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Rita Könye

  22. 4 out of 5

    Melva Yolla

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jack

  24. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Chandler

  25. 5 out of 5

    Reni

  26. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nis

  28. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Zhang

  29. 4 out of 5

    Miss Dior Dandridge

  30. 5 out of 5

    Christine Rodriguez Tyler

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